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in suburban detroit. >>> and it's one of the most famous paintings in the whole world. now, the mona lisa might have a twin. a new group claims da vinci created another version of mona. newsroom starts now. >>> good morning to you, thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. >>> nfl fans along national night nair is finally over, the regular referees coming back on the field, starting with tonight's browns/ravens game. the tipping point to reach a deal between the league and the refs may have indeed been that botched call at the end of monday night's football game. cnn's jason carle is outside the nfl's offices. good morning, jason. >> reporter: and good morning to you. that call on monday night set all things in motion, 17 hours of negotiation going on in tuesday, more negotiating going on until midnight last night, about when both sides came to this agreement, made the announcement they reach this agreement, fans are very happy about, the rest really making now the a good way in terms of what was reached. the referees will not have to give up their pension in exchange for 401(
digging in detroit. this is a live picture. investigators will dig under that driveway and take a coarse sample to determine if any human remains are down there. the home is in roseville, michigan. they got a credible tip a body was buried there around the time hoffa went missing. hoffa's disappearance is one of those bizarre mysteries and years later remains firmly planted in pop culture. >> jimmy hoffa, the mafia backed union guy remained unvowed despite the efforts of kennedy. >> the justice department has plenty on you, mr. hoffa. >> you don't impress me, i don't need $3 million and my brother elected president will whop your -- >> and anti-hero was born and many believed the mafia killed hoffa and buried his body under the former giants' stadium until they eventually dug it up and built a new stadium, no body and no hoffa. they removed floorboards in 2002 to find traces of his blood, no go. in 2006, they raised a michigan horse barn, no hoffa. today, in roseville, michigan, police will dig up a driveway. >> kill the bill! kill the bill! >> hoffa's son, james, is now president of the
union boss hoffa leading investigators to a driveway in suburban detroit. cops taking soil samples from beneath the concrete after he may, may, may have seen someone bury the teamster leader this 30 years ago according to the witness. the case has been a mystery since the disappearance in 1975 and seen outside a restaurant near detroit. his body never turned up. there have been new leads. in 2004 they tore up the floors of a home in detroit. nothing. in 2006, acts tore down a barn in michigan following a fairly credible tip. nothing. in 2009 the f.b.i. dug around a lumberyard in michigan. again, nothing. today, they are looking under a driveway. again, they will find...trace covering it from los angeles. trace? >>trace: the tipster is actually dying of cancer. they will not i.d. the guy. they believe the reason this guy thinks that hoffa is buried beneath the driveway is he is assuming it is hoffa because he disappeared about the same time that somebody was buried beneath that driveway. the police say their source did not only bellish the story at all and although the timeline could be
collapse. longoria belted one, the rays won it 3-2. chicago's loss is detroit's gain. the tigers are up two games in the central. jumped to a 4-0 lead against the royals. doug fister struck out a nine straight. tigers held on to win it 5-4. >>> finally the mets r.a. dickey picked up his 20th win of the year. travis schneider scaled the fence like spiderman and made the grab. that's not only the catch of the day, that is the catch of the year. that's your early look at sports on "early today." have a great weekend. i'm fred roggin. >>> a reality star defended the nail polish that costs more than some homes. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> we'll show you an incredible response high school students came up with to stop bullying. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." as we look towards the beginning of next week, heads up to everybody in southern california. l.a. could be into the 100s with record heat. fire danger very high with very low humidity. that will be the story next week. this week everything looks fine. warm in vegas and
. >>> chicago's loss is detroit's gain. jumped out to a 4-0 lead. tigers held on to win it 5-4. >>> finally the mets r.a. dickey picked up his 20th win of the year. everyone is talking about travis snyder. a shot deep to right. he scaled the fence like spider-man and made the grab. cool, calm, collected. snyder hauled it in. that's not only the catch of the day, that is the catch of the year. that's your early look at sports on "early today." have a great weekend. i'm fred roggin. >>> a reality star defends the nail polish that costs more than some home. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, we'll show you the incredible response some high school students came up with to stop bullying. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." time for your weekend forecast. the thing you need to know for today, this morning, heavy rain moving up through new england especially the first half of the day. later we'll have a rain event developing in texas. it will move across the state. it will take two days. good chance of heavy rain around san antoni
into a driveway outside of detroit doing this on a tip, could the result this time be different than all those other past times? we'll ask the author of "the hoffa wars" who has spoken to the current tipster. >>> from the red line to red tag sales. iran's president enjoying what new york city has to offer and sending his people out on a discount shopping spree. >> you've got to be kidding me. >>> plus, a pizza party just for people 21 and over. a pizza place serving pie with toppings soaked in booze. this exists on earth. >> all right. but first, the king dethroned which rapper just passed elvis presley's billboard milestone? so the answer, folks, may surprise you. why not take a day to explore your own backyard? with two times the points on travel, you may find yourself asking why not, a lot. chase sapphire preferred. there's more to enjoy. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tomato basil, potato with bacon... we've got a lot of empty cans. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. the good th
is buried beneath a home in detroit. yesterday, all eyes were on the home as police removed two soil samples from underneath a shed. they were acting on a tip from a man dying of cancer who says he saw a body being buried at the home around the time hoffa disappeared. a scan of the area showed something under a concrete slab, but police are not sure what exactly it is. >> it could be a dead body. if not hoffa, then somebody else. or it could be the root of a tree. who notice. >> police say the soil samples are being tested for traces of human remains, and that nothing else was found during the dig. hoff that was last seen outside -- hoffa was last seen outside a restaurant in suburban detroit back in 1975. >>> new this morning, it's official. the n.f.l. referees have approved a new eight year contract. now that contract comes after a three-month lockout that made headlines when replacement referees made a highly controversial call that gave the seahawks a win over the packers. one referee called the hail mary pass a touchdown while the other ruled it was an interception. the new contract cal
, you can point out the front and it is still a long way from us. it's just south of detroit right over indianapolis just north of st. louis. notice how it's getting that east to west orientation as opposed to north/south and they just don't move through. the good news is right now most of the showers and storms are peeling to the north of us from ohio directly into pennsylvania. later on tonight we could see a shower or thunderstorm primarily north of town. still 80 in rockville, 80 in great falls, 79 in fairfax, 81 in arlington, 83 in college park and 80 in bowie. so the front will hang around for a while, storms mainly north tonight, stays mild. a shower or storm possible tomorrow with a front still to the north but still in our proximity and showers linger on friday because the front is still going to play cat and mouse with us. now we'll put the futurecast into motion. by 10:00, 11:00, we could see a couple showers, maybe a thunderstorm roll through, a little heavier activity in yellow and orange. then after that we get into the morning hours thursday. you'll need your sunglasses s
september collapse. evan longoria and the rays won it 3-2. the sox dropped 8 of 9. chicago's loss is detroit's game. doug fister made american league history, struck out nine straight. tigers held on to win it 5-4. >>> and finally, the mets r.a. dickie picked up the 20th win of the year. everybody is talking about travis snyder. a shot deep to ride. snyder tracked it down. scaled the fence like spiderman and made the grab. cool, calm and collected. snyder hauled it in. that is not only the catch of the day, that is the catch of the year. that's your "first look" at sports. have a great weekend. i'm fred roggin. >>> and now for another look at your weather, here is bill karins with our favorite forecast. that is our weekend. >> it is. so happy is the weekend coming up. today we're dealing with a rainy morning throughout all of new england. this shield of green is just an area of rain from albany down through the hudson valley and connecticut and massachusetts. you're going to deal with that for your morning commute. more hit and miss showers later in the day. the worst of it is definitely thi
underneath the storage shed in suburban detroit. a tipster claimed a body was buri there at the time he disappeared. the samples are being sent for testing but police doubt any remains are from hoffa. >>> crazy video from florida. boca raton saks fifth avenue was the target of a gnash and grab. you see the guys run in about an hour before closing time, push over the display case, smash it with a sledgehammer and run off with all the jewelry they pick out of it. one customer hid inside a locked closet and called 911. right now, there's a $5,000 reward about information for these seuspects. >> if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. from the fda, a warning about online pharmacies. it could be fake, expired or possibly contaminated. less than 3% of online pharmacies actually meet state and federal laws. >>> speaking of medications, all of us have a few in our cabinet, unwanted, unused, probably old prescription pills. today is the day to get rid of them. you can drop them off, no questions asked, as part of the d.a. national prescription drug takeback day. check justice.gov/dea.
products without exporting more jobs. you will remember my opponent wants -- would have led detroit go bankrupt. >[jeering] >> don't boo. >> vote. >> we sent to much is at stake. we rebuild the dying auto industry and we put it on top of the world. that is what we want to do for manufacturing across the board. we will create 500,000 new man -- new manufacturing jobs. incentives to companies that are right here in milwaukee. that is how we move forward. companies and small businesses double their exports. we can create 1 million new manufacturing jobs the next four years. but it requires you to vote. it requires all of us to do our part. i want us to control our own energy. after 30 years of not doing anything, we raised fuel standards that means over the next decade your cars and trucks will go twice as far on a gallon of gas. [applause] we have doubled the amount of renewable energy we generate and thousands of americans have jobs developing wind turbines, long-lasting batteries. so, my opponent, he wants to let the oil companies write the energy plan. >> boo. >> don't boo. >> vote. >
career. >> the search continues, detroit police may finally have a break in the search for the remains of a renowned teamster boss. committed to world peace, that is the claim from the ron leader, how he says the united nations is keeping his nation from accomplishing that goal. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. >> a police chase. and i'm we have a picture from the scene. we cannot see much from this picture but we do know that a police car is chasing another vehicle. at least one person was arrested. >> after all these years, what happened to jimmy hoffa is still a mystery. the missing teamster boss could be buried under t
to a driveway in suburban detroit. according to a police chief in roseville, michigan, a man said he saw a body buried there about 35 years ago and he thinks it may have been of the former teamsters boss. why not? he went missing back in 1975. he was last scene seen outside a restaurant before he was set to meet with a local ma yeah captain and labor leader. radar reveals something is under there and they plan to take a soil sample and test it for human remains. still the police chief does not feel confident. >> we are not saying there is jimmy hoffa but there is possibly a body in this area. it's about the time frame he disappeared but the time frame is off. >> shep: this is not the first time they responded to a tip. they have been following leads an digging up possible burial sites. in 2003 they searched in backyard pool. in 2006 the f.b.i. sent two weeks digging at a horse farm, no hoffa. trace gallagher with the news. police keep saying they don't think it's jimmy hoffa, why all the interest? >> couple reasons, it's one of unsolved mysteries and the cops started this by saying this new wit
hard by the housing meltdown, prices were up more than 16% in july. in detroit they jumped more than 6%. and in denver prices were up nearly 5.5%. all of that good news for the folks who are keeping up with their mortgages. but people facing foreclosure are running into a new problem. nationally, the availability of rentals is now at its lowest rate since 2001. barry petersen has been looking into this. >> reporter: when john and gina burnett bought their home in suburban denver they thought they'd spend the rest of their lives here with gina's son keith who has down syndrome. but john lost his job three years ago in the construction industry. >> what happened to all of the jobs? where'd they go? >> reporter: now they face losing their house to foreclosure and for them an unplanned transition from home owner to renter. >> it's very hard. it's painful. it's frustrating. >> reporter: does it feel unfair that this is happening to you? >> we've done everything we possibly could to keep this from happening and-- i'm sorry. and-- >> reporter: but it's happening. >> yeah. >> reporter: and as
romney hasn't developed a sus tingt response to this question about the auto bailout. he said let detroit go bankrupt and then took credit for managing bankruptcy and then picked paul ryan as his running mate who was for the bailout. that's a consistent theme that romney doesn't have the right message. they do think they're losing. they do think because they have a strong ground game there there is still time to turn around. >> you make your point in the article that a lot of people think this thing will tighten as we get closer to election day. >> right. >> the other thing though is governor john kasich who had been promoting the ohio economic recovery even though he's a republican and trying to get mitt romney elected. romney of course has been talking down the economy because that's good for him. let's talk about that. >> yeah. that's a major complication. jim mengsed in his piece. the unemployment rate in ohio is 7.1%, in columbus it's about 6%. that's a bellwether area. stop after stop john kasich goes around the state and says ohio is booming, ohio is rocking. that gives headaches t
a soil sample to look for evidence of human remains. hoffa was last seen outside a detroit restaurant in 1975, apparently lured by two mob figures. since then, the search has taken investigators to northern michigan, to giants stadium in new jersey, and to a farm outside detroit where in 2006 the fbi raised a 3,000 foot barn and dug under it. once the leader of the teamsters, the nash's largest union, his connection with organized crime kept him in hot water. >> i believe the stories that hoffa was in a power struggle. i believe hoffa was killed by organized crime figures. >> reporter: that possibility could explain the informant's long silence. >> i mean, he is terrified. i could hear his voice tremble yesterday when i talked to him. >> reporter: could this be where the search for hoffa ends? >> we are investigating it as a cold case homicide. that's been our focus since the beginning. if it somehow happens to be mr. hoffa, great, it will end a major mystery. >> reporter: police say the work here will take about two hours. they're going to take that core soil sample, send it to a for
the heat on in your house from minneapolis to chicago to detroit to buffalo. this is the first time this season i've used this map. the windchill map. we actually have windchills in the lower to mid-30s in a few spots. look at detroit. 34 is your windchill this morning. if you're out at the bus stop, the kids this morning, maybe even hat gloves. can you believe that? the forecast for your monday, it's going to be a nice afternoon. the sun will warm us out. we won't have a lot of wet weather. for traveling around the country, no problems whatsoever. there's some of that heat i was talking about. dallas today, 96. you'd love a little cool shot of air. it doesn't look like any is headed your way. you're going to be 90 through the weekend. more updates to come and a look at the tropics. you're watching "morning joe." the sun's coming up slowly. beautiful day under way in new york city. you're watching "morning joe" brewed by starbucks. [ male announcer ] when a major hospital wanted to provide better employee benefits while balancing the company's bottom line, their very first word was.
of all different kinds from inner city detroit to the bering straits of alaska to indian reservations to all different kinds of districts. and we've had success across all of those different types. i can't say that every single school is successful, but every type of school we've shown a great deal of success and have done a lot of research to show that the gains that are possible, if you simply decide to take the achievement of every single kid very seriously. >> there are gains, but there has also been criticism, bob, people say this program does sacrifice individuality or creativity, that education is more than just the basics of math and reading. so how can schools ensure creative diversity but also ensure the basic comprehension skills for math and reading so that they can compete not just with students inside our own country but when we think globally about the students around the world? >> i think the experience that kids actually have and the teachers actually have in success for all are exactly what every parent would want for their kids. it's way more than just math and read
for being here. brian williams asked who is responsible for the kids at denby high school in detroit. i am. i'm state superintendent of schools in michigan and i need to tell you that my personal shame frankly is that we have not been able to make this a better place for kids who are in poverty. and it's rural poverty and it's urban poverty. and i think in my work in seven years in this job now without being able to move the ball much in those places where there's high poverty, our focus on college and career ready brings me back to one thing. we don't have kids kindergarten ready. and until we can get kids kindergarten ready and be able to read at grade level by third grade and then they need to read to learn from there on in, we haven't been able to crack that. and it comes back to kind of the early childhood question. what specifically would be your solutions to get kids kindergarten ready? >> i described that we do have programs like head start. we can evaluate where they have been effective and where they've been less effective. there are a number of private institutions. i happen to
in detroit who is desperate to get the president to listen to him. cnn's paula newton with this father's plea. >> reporter: this man says he doesn't know how much more pain he can take, or how much longer he will live. and so he has a plantive message for the president of iran. >> please, please, please release an innocent man and reunite him with his father and his mother. >> reporte he recently underwent brain surgery to remove a malignant tumor. he faces radiation and chemotherapy, but he says his fate lies not with the doctors and treatment, but with the man and the regime that have imprisoned his son. >> i hope and pray that i will get to see my son one last time before i go to the other side. >> reporter: amir is a former marine, a decorated iraqi war veteran, born in arizona and raised in nebraska and michigan. within weeks of setting foot in iran for the first time in august of last year, he was there to visit his grandmother, he was arrested, interrogated, imprisoned, and after several months -- >> my name is amir -- >> reporter: showcased on iranian tv as a cia operate iiv. he has b
did not write, "let detroit go bankrupt." could be the headline that cost him the election. they have gone in and actually outspent dramatically the romney campaign over the last few weeks. which is incredible when you think that the romney campaign has more money. at this point. >> that's interesting, because, the auto motive companies went bankrupt. the argument on the bailout is knew nuance and law. >> because, what president obama has said, there's a way to move this economy forward. and governor romney's plans don't -- they really don't show that way. i mean, he's talking about tax cuts for the wealthy, closing loopholes and sort of letting things take their cause. >> although, you have had the obama campaign entirely talking about something that happened in the first six months of the obama administration. >> that's true. >> the auto bailout -- >> but there are other things going on, jonathan. in the administration, people are working trying to restart and re-energize american manufacturing. >> then why do we have more americans unemployed at any time? i think this administratio
disappearance. michigan police drilled through the concrete floor of a shed at a detroit home after tests revealed a shift in the soil. 35 years ago a man told police he saw a body buried be neath the driveway there. >>> the man behind the anti-islamic film that sparked the protests in multiple countries has been jailed. a california judge ordered his arrest after authorities said he violatesed his probation from an earlier offense. the filmmaker could face up to two years in prison for lying to authorities about his identity and using false names. >>> china has expelled disgraced politician bo xilai from the communist party as he faces prosecution on criminal charges. bo was at the center of one of china's biggest political scandals in decades involving corruption charges and his wife's involvement in the murder of a british national. >>> how can we improve our relations in the middle east? congressman keith ellison coming up next on "andrea mitchell reports." her dietitian, and last year, she wasn't eating so well. so i recommended boost complete nutritional drink to help her get the nu
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from chicago to the northeast. 60s from fargo to detroit. upper 90s in phoenix. >>> all right. time for the long and shortly on the long story of shorty. do you get that? >> well, shorty's a poodle in north carolina. he was brought there by a family from new orleans who fled the gulf coast as hurricane gustav approached. >> while they were there, they gave shorty up for adoption. fast forward to two weeks ago, shorty was found on the side of the road, dirty with flees and alive. his microchip led caregivers to call his original owners. >> i get this call that shorty has been found on the streets of north carolina and i'm shocked and my kids are in disbelief. >> so shorty is going to be sent back to new orleans. vets say it will be a couple weeks before shorty is ready to travel. several offers have already been made to drive shorty home. but you know what? what disturbs me? that they gave shorty up for adoption. >> yeah. apparently their living situation in north carolina was such that they couldn't keep shorty, so it was kind of like a forced adoption. nobody knows how he ended up
moth weekend every week in new york, in detroit, l.a., chicago. >> reporter: at the moth, even celebrities get a chance to bear their souls like molly ring walled. >> not only that, but i was actually bullied in my own life in 7th grade i had this bully, this 8th grader named shirley panini. >> reporter: and nathan lane. i came from a very dysfunctional irish-catholic family. my father was an alcoholic who drank himself to death when i was 11. >> reporter: but some of the most gripping tales come from regular joes or eds. >> as i turned off of bleaker street to walk down the block that night i picked the right-hand side of the street and i walked into their ambush. >> reporter: ed's tale is a classic urban horror story. >> and about 15 minutes later, i was being wheeled into the emergency trauma room at saint vincent's with multiple stab wounds from three different knives. one of them had a ten many inch blade. >> reporter: notice the way heart break and humor are artfully combined. >> in fact, everybody was so sure that there was no way i could live that they gave my case to t
up as the clock >>> it worked for the detroit lions yesterday launches it midfield. the titans try to knock the ball down but deflects it to titus young who grabs it for a touchdown. it is amazing and should have won the game. the tennessee titans wind up with a 44-41 win. that hail mary was one of several wild wins. this justin tucker field goal or was it? at least one patriot publicly questioned whether the field goal was good. in a game with a total of 24 penalties there was complain s about the ref's calls from both sides. >> i think it was good. it was interesting to see the reaction. you saw one of the defensive line men for the patriots take his helmet off which should have been a fine. there are so many problems happening with the national football league and the referees and the officials that we thought it would get better but they are actually getting worse. i think more importantly you are starting to see coaches and players take advantage of them because they don't have the necessary skills and understanding of the rules. >> well, some players pointed that out. not onl
because a bomb on plane malfunctioned on detroit. that was not foiled terrorist attack. the bomb malfunctioned. they got through our defenses and the fact is that as steve hayes has been reporting today in the, in the "weekly standard", they lied about that one too. three days after that attack they said it was a lone, a lone man when we now know it was an attack by al qaeda in the arabian peninsula. said after times square bombing it was a lone man acting alone. we know now it was a taliban attack. they said after the fort hood shooting it was workplace violence. we now know that man was in contact with the american al qaeda cleric running al qaeda in arabian peninsula. these people have a record of downplaying and dismissing terrorist attacks when they have gotten through our defenses repeatedly on their watch. megyn: simon, go ahead. >> all i will say if you look where we are today from when the president came into office almost four years ago, we've seen more movement towards democracy and freedom in the middle east, in his watch, during his watch than we saw in 5,000 years o
and went to detroit and worked in the auto industry in was something going on to absorb them. we don't have that now. megyn: i know you feel like -- you are not happy with the epa. they say it's about having a clean environment so you need to crack down on coal mining. but i know you feel some dissatisfaction with both of these candidates because you feel like it's like watching a reality tv show, a bad reality tv show. >> it is, megyn. i turn the television on and all i see is mud going back and forth. i'm not interested in that. i don't care about tax returns, i don't care about college records, i care about what's going none this country and the course that it's on. megyn: what's the way out, allen? >> well, both parties are going to have to sit down at the table and have a little common sentence their discussion. you can't have both extremes saying my way or the highway. there has to be a middle road. megyn: have you made up your mind in the presidential election? >> yes, i have. megyn: what are you thinking if you want to share it? >> i'll put it like this. the past four years have sho
forward saying that she buried under a woodshed outside of detroit. so far no visible sign of his remains but police say they are having soil samples analyzed. >> it be locked down until we get results back but until then we will be considered a crime scene. >> a former detective with the major case squad and president of alba investigations and joins us now. thank you for joining us. so, what happened to jimmy hoffa. one of the persistent questions. why is this shed and driveway? >> the f.b.i. has this case. of course, they have been searching for years for jimmy hoffa's body. it came up where somebody complained they saw or know of a body that was buried at that location. he gave a couple of names that were tied in with jimmy hoffa at the time when he disappeared. that was the reason for the search. either they had to search for a body or jimmy hoffa's body. that is the reason for this. >> heather: this location it's about 30 miles west of where he was last seen. you mentioned those names. they are associated with the house itself? >> i think they are. one of them -- i'm not sure if the
it is jimmy hoffa. martha: we'll see. the last time jimmy hoffa was seen in detroit. the search for his body led police from the end zone of giants stadium, remember that one, to a horse farm in michigan. we'll keep you posted. bill: i thought he was at burger king drive through. >>> serious news. a group group of top senators demanding answering on the deadly attack in benghazi after two weeks of ever changing stories from the administration. they sent a letter to susan rice, ambassador to the u.n., reading in part. we look forward to a timely response to explain how the u.n. ambassador to the united nations could characterize an attack on u.s. consulate so inaccurately five day after the attack killed four americans. kelly ayotte, one of the four senators that signed that letter and senator, good morning to you. >> good morning, to you, bill. bill: i want to get through the material back and forth as we go through it. do you have any information as to whether or not the fbi is on the ground in benghazi, libya, going through the consulate or not? >> it is not clear they're on the ground tod
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